Treating Autism: Encourage Positive Behaviors in Your Toddler

Posted On December 16, 2019 in
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Treating Autism: Tips for Encouraging Positive Behaviors in Your Toddler For parents of toddlers with autism, navigating daily life can be filled with challenges. You never know when your toddler will be on their best behavior or when they’ll have an uncontrollable meltdown. Though treating autism with an experienced therapist can help you and your… Read More

Ways to Help Adults with Autism Cope with Death & Bereavement

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Ways to Help Adults with Autism Cope with Death & Bereavement Death is one of the hardest subjects to discuss with anyone. It brings up conflicting emotions and is tough to understand at the best of times. However, for adults with autism, coping with the death of a loved one can be even more challenging…. Read More

How to Help Children with Autism Prepare for a Haircut

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How to Help Children with Autism Prepare for a Haircut Getting a haircut may seem like a routine experience. But for children with autism, it can be a stressful event that leaves them feeling unsafe and unhappy for hours afterward. With a little preparation and a lot of patience, you can help your child get… Read More

Can Service or Therapy Dogs Help Children with Autism? 

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Can Service or Therapy Dogs Help Children with Autism?  There are thousands of different types of disabilities that impact both children and adults alike. Autism is just one of them and as a parent, you want to do everything you can to make your child’s life as great as it can be. This often means… Read More

How Common Is It for Adults with Autism to Go Undiagnosed?

How Common Is It for Adults with Autism to Go Undiagnosed? Getting diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder is relatively common. In fact, one out of every 59 children will get diagnosed with autism. This diagnosis tends to happen early in life as doctors and parents typically notice the signs at an early age. For kids… Read More